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to children. wayne: who wants some cash? you got yourself a brand new car, baby. jonathan: a sapphire and diamond necklace. - (screams) wayne: a trip to los cabos! jonathan: it's time for "let's make a deal." now, here's tv's big dealer, wayne brady! wayne: welcome to "let's make a deal." you know how we do it. we're going to make deals with three different people. i've got envelopes, i need people. let's make a deal. who wants to make a deal? (cheers and applause) cowgirl. come here, cowgirl. moses-- i think you're moses, or you're a shepherd with a stick. and hula girl, come on over here. julie. stand right there for me, julie. thomas, how you doing? how are you, sir? - i love you. wayne: crystal... - christian. wayne: christian. - christian. wayne: hey, sister christian, nice to meet you. now, the three of you, welcome to the stage, julie, christian and thomas. now, thomas, you guys need to switch because i picked you second, actually. there you go. now, thomas, earlier i thought you were moses because i didn't see, or like just a really angry santa. (laughter) so tell me, what are
've got the big deal of the day! (screaming) who wants to make a deal? oh! jonathan: it's a trip to fiji! - oh, my god! amazing! jonathan: it's time for "let's make a deal." now here's tv's big dealer, wayne brady! wayne: hi, everybody. welcome to my home, "let's make a deal." beautiful tiffany coyne with me, jonathan mangum, cat gray. you know what we do, we make deals. let's make a deal. but before i make my first deal, i need a personal assistant. who wants to help me out? (cheers and applause) you, with the clown wig. catherine, catherine, come here, catherine. hey. hello, pretty clown. - hello, hello. wayne: i like your afro. - thank you. wayne: right on, right on. - mmm, it's nice, huh? wayne: so what do you do? - i'm a wedding planner. wayne: you're a wedding planner. i don't want to be awkward, but, catherine? - yes. (cheers and applause) wayne: will you be my assistant? - yes, yes, yes! wayne: we're going to be so happy. you've got $2,500 in your hand. - whoo! wayne: so you're going to help me make deals with two other traders. so i'm going to bring them up and you're going to h
guest, jonathan allen, senior correspondent at politico. who do you think about the list? >> i think you guys hit for "the cycle" clearly. to mix the sports metaphors. >> i like that. >> i think you guys missed an important tale of the tape that mitt romney is 6'2" and 200 pounds. barack obama is 6'1" and 175. romney is a little more plotting as a fighter, a little bit more mechanical. obama perhaps a little lighter but maybe not punching quite as hard. if you're looking for a fight scorecard, look at those metrics to start. one other thing that i think is important to remember in this. you talk about the advantage of presidency, but there's a disadvantage, which is a rhetorical strength barack obama didn't have the last time he debated. anything he says about a foreign country can be judged in diplomatic terms when he talks about issues and congress. these are blow up. he knows too much in a way and has to figure out how to bring back the knowledge set to what he says publicly both from a legal and sort of intelligence standpoint and also just from a good politicliolitical standpoi. >>
to jonathan dine. >> the u.s. postal svice is very important to most of the people in this room today. it is now trying to go into a program that would compete and be unfair to newspapers. in many cases, newspapers the largest customer for the post office in the community. what i like to know is, what is your position on this issue and the other issues of closing rural post offices and iminating saturday livery. what's your position on this? what would do you in the senate to help rural newspapers and community newspapers that depend on the ptal service? >> like many of the things run by the government, the postal office is one of them that's very inefficient. i have a friend who works for the postal office as mail carriers. he gets four days straight, ten hours a day. every time he's needed, he gets more oveime. the federal government instead of hiring postal service, will prefer to pay double time or time in a half to one individual wasting more money instead of hiring more people and creating more jobs. i think that the postal service should cut cost if it wish to remain around. m
correspondent is working the united nations today. jonathan, according to the syrian foreign minister is not responsible for the civil war in his country. >>jonathan: to hear it from the syrian foreign minister this is a war that has nothing whatever to do with the desire for greater freedom or democracy, it is all about terror groups who are attacking the syrian government and their representatives. according to the syrian foreign minister, those groups are being aided, abetted, and encouraged by foreign countries, including the united states. listen. >> syria has lost thousands of marchers from among the military ranks as a prize -- price for the effort to defend the syrian state and its citizens and the state of this global terrorist campaign. >>jonathan: from the syrian foreign minister the government and the security forces are entirely innocent and simply fighting a war of self-defense. >>shepard: as has seemed to be the case for a while, not a lot of ideas about how to move forward. >>jonathan: it is extraordinarily from listening to the leaders at the united nations, they have
against the guys? >>jonathan: the hook-handed one eyed clerik is accused of aiding al qaeda and be part of a terrorist kidnapping in yemen that led to the death of an american and free british and accused of trying to open a training camp for militants while two others are accused of trying to recruit funds and fighters for terrorist camps in afghanistan. two more are accused of having a role if the 1998 bombings of u.s. embassies in both nairobi and tanzania. a spokesman would say little about the charges but welcomed the extradition. >> we are pleased that the u.k. judicial authorities approved the extraditions of the individuals to the united states and face prosecution in the u.s. courts on terrorism charges. indeed, the individuals are being transferred to the united states. >>jonathan: is the end of one long chapter in trying to get the guys and the beginning of another. >>trace: what is the next chapter? what happens next? >>jonathan: the five have to be brought here to the united states. we have some indication that is already underway. they are being transferred, according to o
is msnbc contributor jonathan capehart. also ap opinion writer for "the washington post." democratic strategist chris kofinis and susan dell percent yo. i just give you the heads up we are waiting for the president to come to the podium. when he does we are going to jump to that. jonathan, is this an etch-a-sketch moment for the president after a bad showing at his first debate and having these solid numbers and getting below this 8% unemployment number? >> well, it certainly changes the conversation, at least the short-term conversation, about the president's admittedly poor performance in the debate on wednesday night. and it also sort of strengthens what the president was at least trying to say during the debate, which is he's been trying very hard to, you know, get people back to work. he's put all these things in place that haven't really hit a lot of people maybe personally, but, you know, if you stick with him, you will see that things are moving in the right direction, and to have a 0.3% drop in unemployment is to be sort of the exclamation point on that argument should at le
the conflict began. "the fox report's" correspondent jonathan hunt life at the united nations for us again tonight. jonathan, the foreign minister's speech must have raised a lot of eyebrows in that place. >> to say the least, shep. it amounted to an argument that syria is involved essentially in a battle for survival of its government. it is a war of self-defense. the country has, in his words, been overrun by terrorists. and they are being aided, abetted, and encouraged by outside forces, including the united states. and the ones who are suffering most, according to the foreign minister, are the government and their representatives. listen. >> syria has lost thousands of marchers from among its military ranks and civilians as a price for its efforts to defend the integrity of the syrian state and its citizens in the face of this global terrorist campaign. >> the syrian foreign minister also said his government remains committed and willing to talk to all the opposition groups in an effort to find a solution. those opposition groups, not surprisingly, dismissed those commence -- comments
legislation against human trafficking. a new report suggests the stalemate is not purely political. jonathan serrie live in atlanta. what is at stake, jonathan. >> reporter: congressional quarterly reports that much of the standoff is over a disagreement on women's health issues. in the past republicans and democrats were able to achieve consensus on this when they passed this law originally in 2000 and then reauthorized it three times since. it's the trafficking victims protection act. it imposes stiff federal penalties on traffickers and funds perhaps programs to assist police and prosecutors as well as victims. advocates say the law has to be updated every few years to adapt to the changing methods of the traffickers and continue funding efforts to catch them and they their victims. rule vision a christian organization that supports humanitarian projects, including this recovery center for children rescued from trafficking in cambodia is concerned about what will happen if congress fails to act. listen. >> this is going to have a real impact on innocent lives here in the u.s. and across t
headlines in the next 24 hours? "washington post" editorial writer and msnbc contributor jonathan kapart joins me from the white house. i just saw this. the iranian news agency has fallen for a story written by the onion citing the fact that 60% of white rural voters prefer president ahmadinejad to president obama. they've written it straight. it's great. according to the results of a gallup poll released monday the wloefrl whelming white americans would rather stroet for mahmoud ahmadinejad than barack obama. i like him better said the west virginia resident who along with 77% of rural caucasians would rather go to a baseball game or have a drink with ahmadinejad than with obama. you got to love it. >> it's hilarious, andrea. >> it is "the onion," and this is a joke, people. >> is the iranian prime minister still in town? can anybody get a message to him to let himle know? >> i think he has left, but we should tell the iranian news agency they have to the get a sense of humor understand satire. a lot of people get caught up in things like this. we have debate prep coming and the vice pr
of millions of people watching the moderators' every move. "the fox report's" correspondent jonathan hunt is with us. it may be an honor to watch moderate the debates but it's not easy. >> the anchor of pbs has sat in the madder rarts before. but in today's hyperpartisan world where everybody has an opinion facebook mr. lehrer is bound to wake up wake up tomorrow morning finding himself criticized by the left or right or both, our own senior political analyst brit. center of the attention and yet in a sense you don't want to be. you want the candidates to be the superior have to be firm enough and sharp in your questioning enough debate. you have to be careful to not ever cross the line where it looks like you are favoring one candidate over another. i think it's exceedingly challenging. >> challenging indeed. hard to find examples of anybody who has been offered the moderator job, shep and turned it down. >> shepard: you name a topic, can i tell you a complaint. in this we have heard complaints about a lack of diversity among the moderators. >> it's interesting. when you look at the thre
and shop for competing choices and they don't like the care that they're doing. >> reporter: jonathan cone supports the law and writes about the health care for the new republic. >> obama budget says, look, we want to hold down costs to this target and we'll do our very best to accomplish that, but we're also not going to sacrifice benefits. no matter what happens, we'll make sure that seniors get the same level of benefits they're getting now. >> reporter: both obama and romney agree that health care needs to be more affordable. they just disagree how about how to do that. dr. sanjay gupta, cnn, reporting. >>> and one of the most contentious issues dividing president obama and governor romney, what to do with million of illegal immigrants living, studying and working in america. next hour another issue, illegal immigration. >>> u.s. officials confirm that the government's chemical weapons are on the move and the opposition claims to have captured some. >>> plus, three fishermen are rescued in the gulf of mexico when their boat overturned and, yes, it is all caught on tape. ♪ [ male anno
it is amazing. jonathan, good to have you with us tonight. that's "the ed show." i'm ed schultz. "the rachel maddow show" starts right now. good evening, rachel. >>> good evening, ed. thanks to you at home for staying with us the next hour. it's now 40 days out from evenug f e y. lihectse gs longer and longer and longer, this last homestretch between the start of the debate until election day, this is always about the same amount of time. at least in recent elections. and so offn this date in 2004, which was the last time we had an iumbent predentunning this date in that campaign, the campaign you might remember was all about iraq. >> at odds with the openful picture described by the president. mr. bush was challenged during an intview with fox news abo last spring's mission accolishppnc t "ubr lln >> would you do it again? >> you mean have the sign up there? >> no, no, go in there if the flight jacket? >> absolutely. >> you would? >> i'm saying to the troops on this carrier and elsewhere, thanks for serving america. absolutely. >>or sorry today noticed since that speech, more t
be a difficult process to match for the top leadership. >> thank you to ashley and jonathan and the rest of the team it is a great honor to be here today i see some people in the audience to learn from and worked with sorry i don't have time to mention more people and i probably shouldn't because i might get names wrong. i had just flown in from victoria, british columbia having attended a nice sponsored by the canadian navy and i think i know but now about how they felt they finally made it in 2002. it's been a great journey. i couldn't be excited to be a part of the project. i remember in graduate school what princeton i purchased my tree first strategic asia volume and collection of the subsequent ones and one thing i noticed is that principle and when people move offices or left to go somewhere else the book series would be left in the free book section, but this never, ever happened with strategic asia. before i go further, i have to make the obligatory disclaimer that all of this involves my personal views, of course none of the official policy assessments of the u.s. navy and any
. still at least one key sector is showing signs of improvement. jonathan serrie has that. he is live from atlanta. jonathan? >> reporter: hi, jon. auto manufacturing has certainly become a bright spot in the u.s. economy responding to increased consumer demand. carmakers, both foreign and domestic, are adding literally thousands of jobs to their u.s. plants. in addition to new highs they're also bringing back some experienced workers who were laid off during the recession. although some of these experienced workers may find it's not exactly the same job when it comes to payday. listen. >> the benefits packages have definitely been lower and a lot of those plants are not unionized. so that has been some of the discussion. uaw has been interested in unionizing some of those plants. so far all of them have resisted. >> reporter: even union shops have agreed to lower pay and benefits as part of the restructuring of the big three automakers but the increase in auto manufacturing jobs is expected to have multiplier effect in other parts of the economy. the center for automotive research estimat
of the power panel, jonathan capehart and susan dell persio. "now" is next. >> thomas, who was that masked man? it appears mitt romney has officially shaken the etch a sketch. we'll discuss the rominee's move to the mitchell and everything that went down in denver, including the holes in romney's tax bucket, deficit plan and more. >>> masterpiece theater. we'll grade president obama's and governor romney's stage presence inside the debate studio. when "now" starts in a mere 180 seconds. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon... creamy cheese... 100 calories... [ chef ] ma'am [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. that's a good thing, but it doesn't cover everything. only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans, they pick up some of what medicare doesn't pay. and save you up to thousands of dollars in out-of-pocket costs. call today to
filled speech. should we ignore his comments? who is being ignorant. we'll ask father jonathan about that. >> alisyn: teenager got the last laugh after a cruel joke was pulled on her. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ one, two, three, four ♪ ♪ you say ♪ flip it over and replay ♪ we'll make everything okay ♪ walk together the right way ♪ do, do, do, do ♪ ♪ >> dave: quick headlines, a michigan girl voted that her homecoming cruel joke, community rallied around whitney and held up signs for the team. even students from opposing schools wore t-shirts in support of her. even coffee lovers, how much would you pay for the perfect cup of joe. how about $11,000. >> alisyn: yes. >> a group of engineers that used to work at apple and nasa created this coffeemaker says it brews the java to make it the perfect temperature. but it fails to keep the temperature after you put in the fridge. >> alisyn: listen to this, iran's president took center stage yet again on the holiest jewish holiday and delivered a hate filled speech to the u.n. is it best to ignore his comments? should he be given the opportun
be given the opportunity to speak there. >>> joining us is jonathan morris. a lot of hate filled stuff came out of his mouth. the list is long. we don't need to dive in every bit of it. how are we supposed to respond here in united states we practice freedom of religion and we invite here and he is speaking in the middle of manhattan and who is being intolerant? >> freedom of religion and freedom of speech but a difference allowing someone to speak freedom and give their opinion and another is to incite violence. because i have the gift of free speech and freedom, i can't go into a crowded theater and say fire because i'm incited go a dangerous situation, right? what we're seeing here with mahmoud ahmadinejad is insightful, hate filled speech. right? it's not just a question of opinion. what is such a contrast, what is so shocking the united nations was founded in 1946 precisely to make sure that we would never fall into mutual destruction after world war ii. here we have a platform being given to somebody who is called for the destruction of israel. >> alisyn: what are you supposed to do?
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